Square dances without calls is instrumental music that was made for square dancing. During the square dance boom of the 1950s many musicians were mobilized to form bands and record who would not have been recorded otherwise. Most of these were made when records were still in the 78 rpm format. This collection of recordings can be used for square, round, and contra dancing. Many of them came with call sheets, or cue sheets containing the intended dance instructions. In some cases a vocally... Topic: square dancing
This is the entire video from the Bluebonnet Squares' weekly club dance on August 22, 2005. It is almost 3 times as long as the shorter clip which is also available on this site. You will see great execution of the caller Pat Barbour's calls as these dancers didn't miss a beat! Great job on calls which included "Plus" moves "Load the Boat" and "Relay the Deucey". Enjoy! Topics: Bluebonnet Squares, square dancing
dj YardSale presents... the third idea mash-ups of the public domain The Third Idea is a collection of mash-up videos using material from the website archive.org. Each video is composed of one song and one video - all from the public domain â with the video recut to match the audio. The Third Idea is the implied narrative created by the combination of imagery and music. Itâs not a revolutionary concept but the source material provides a compelling commentary about creativity, intellectual... Topics: square dancing, mashups, djYardSale
Video of square dancing at our weekly Bluebonnet Squares' club dance. On August 22, 2005, Pat Barbour was the caller. There are two of the more advanced "Plus" moves shown in this clip. They are "Load the Boat" and "Relay the Deucey". The square did an excellent job executing the calls in this short clip. Can't beat this activity for fellowship and exercise. I encourage you to check into a club in your area! Topics: square dancing, dance, Bluebonnet Squares
Rusty's Riders recorded on MacGregor Records in Hollywood, California. 78 rpm record made around 1950. Here are two hoedowns for square dancing. EDI Hoedown Broadway Hoedown Topics: fiddle hoedown, made for square dancing, 78 rpm, Rusty's Riders
Clips from editing samples. The titles of the works the clips are from are Escape, Between Thin Men, Scquare Dancing, and Moustaches. Topics: dogs, moustaches, square dancing, myrna loy, william powell
Grady Hester and his Texsons play music for square dances without calls. Rustic Schottische (for the American dance Oklahoma Mixer) Cotton-Eyed Joe (for the Texas circle mixer Cotton-Eyed Joe with a Do Si Do) Topics: made for square dancing, Grady Hester, 78 rpm, Texas fiddle
Schroeder's Playboys based in Phoenix, Arizona. Led by John Schroeder on guitar, with Walter Noble on fiddle, Tony Cordasco on bass, and occasionally Jerry Jacka on piano accordion. Learn about them at: http://www.lloydshaw.org/Catalogue/CDs&Cassettes/Dashrecordings.htm These recordings are from the Western Jubilee and Dash record labels. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Made for square dancing, 78 rpm, Schroeder's Playboys, Phoenix Arizona
Listed at the National Archives as "Rocky Mountain Premiere [Movie Stars In Colorado Springs, Colorado] Ca. 1950." It's a silent Warner Pathe Newsreel "World Premiere Warner Bros. 'Rocky Mountain'"National Archives Identifier: 91086 Topics: Movie Premiere, Broadboor Hotel, Native American Dancing, Parade, Square Dancing, Newsreel, Football
A group of young girls and boys, tap dance, and square dance on the streets for tourists. This vacation video was filmed in June of 2007. Originally the video and sound was going to be edited before publishing. However, I decided against it in case there was something of educational importance within it. You have permission to use this footage in any work as long as you give credit to DARRELL LEE WRIGHT for supplying this footage. Topics: Street performers, Dancers, Bluegrass, Square dancing, Tap Dancing, entertainment, home video,...
This week we spoke with Carl Dreher, founder of the North Texas Traditional Dance Society, about the organization, their styles of dance, and its history. Topics: carl dreher, north texas traditional dance society, contra dancing, square dancing, english country...